This degree provides training in contemporary cellular and developmental biology and prepares students for a career in life sciences. Students will expand their knowledge and skills as they learn more about the details of the development and cellular structure of God’s creation. Course material includes animal development, virology, neuroscience, cell biology of neoplasia, histology, and genetics. As part of their instruction, students gain experience in a number of contemporary laboratory techniques involving recombinant DNA technology, functional genomics, mobile genetic elements, somatic mosaic analysis, molecular cloning and epifluorescence/deconvolution microscopy.

Refer to the course requirements for Biology 2013/2014 to view and download the course checklist for each program.

Please see the course descriptions section of the Academic Calendar for further details on Biology courses.